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On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

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Hi guys,

At os4000 system version 8.19 the analog handset euroset 2025C does not take time from system.
Normally euroset 2025c take system time once I make a incoming calls to it.

If connect same phone to ver7 system then it takes time from system.

Any parameter to be checked.
Any inputs are welcomed.
Thanks in advance.

RE: On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

Hi,
Not sure about clock from the system, especially on an analog phone.
However there is a manual which shows how to set the clock.
And you should get CLIP / Incoming Number showing on the screen.

https://gigasetphone.cn/Content/Manuals/2011042103...

RE: On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

And you need to check the battery/batteries

RE: On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

If it worked on V7 then it'll be delivered in the CLIP burst with an incoming call.

Check in FEASU that CLIP is active.

Also in ZAND ALLDATA3 you have CLIPSTD parameter, defining which CLIP standard to use. Compare that with your V7.

RE: On Analog Euro2025 handset system time is not reflecting

For CLIP to analog ports : SLMAE, SLMAV or SLMAC board is recommended.
SLMA24,SLMA3 board - not supported

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